In 2008, I was severely injured in an In Line of Duty gun battle…. The Gunshot wound to my left arm caused permanent nerve and structural damage forcing my medical disability/retirement. Help the Good Guys selflessly came to Atlanta and worked with my FOP Lodge to provide financial assistance. My life changed the day I was shot….But when Help the Good Guys got involved it was worth more than money; they reminded me the Brotherhood STILL exists. That has helped me recover who I AM, though I will never be able to serve others in the same way. Lt. Paul Phillips (Ret.), Fulton Co. Police Dept.
On November 18, 2011 I was severely burned while fighting a house fire, suffering second and third degree burns over my body. Unable to work my part time job due to the injury, my family’s financial future drastically changed. That is when Help the Good Guys stepped in to help. Everyone involved unselfishly gave of themselves to alleviate my family’s financial stress. My family and I are forever grateful to this wonderful organization for the work they do. Brad Dean, Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service
We have a simple but robust mission: to help severely injured First Responders in need. We do this by focusing on community based fund raising, education, awareness and direct donations, and by utilizing our contacts in the music industry for charity events and auctions. We strive to make a difference.
We serve the families of firefighters and law enforcement officers that have suffered injury or illness while working to protect our families, homes, and communities. These brave men and women often have a devastating loss of income while recovering from severe duty related injuries.
WHO WE HELP
WHAT WE DO
You can help HTGG honor and support our First Responders and their families through direct donations and/or volunteering at one of our fund raising events. If you are a First Responder and you are not familiar with HTGG, please contact us to find out how you can raise awareness within your organization.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Fire fighters and police officers put their lives on the line every day in cities and communities all across America. Many suffer life altering injuries in the line of duty. Meet some of the heroic First Responders who have sacrificed so much in the service of others.
Aaron Tippin And Help The Good Guys Team Up For Injured First RespondersCountry Music Star Aaron Tippin, referred to as “The Hardest Working Man in Country Music” teams up with Help the Good Guys to raise money for severely injured first responder families. Tippin will be bringing his Help the Good Guys tour and fundraising campaign to cities across America. The campaign will kick off Tuesday night, November 4th in Nashville at a private event hosted by Help the Good Guys..
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